Why Evolutionary Science has finally jumped the Shark. Canada? Really?

The Canadian Rockies are reflected on Lake Louise in Alberta, Canada. Paleontologists have traced the origins of humans and other vertebrates to a worm that swam in the oceans half a billion years ago, said a study. A new analysis of fossils unearthed in the Canadian Rockies determined that the extinct Pikaia gracilens is the most primitive known member of the chordate family.

Human origins traced to worm fossil in Canada.

Well, I guess if you have to tie something dealing with evolution to Canada, it’s best to use a worm…

 

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4 Replies to “Why Evolutionary Science has finally jumped the Shark. Canada? Really?”

  1. Grrrr 😉
    Just because you haven’t grown a backbone yet you take potshots from your own primeval soup-pot.
    Just you come up to Canada… you… you…unevolved person you.

    Actually if you do (and you are welcome to) we might be able to find a cave near by for you to sleep in, the Rockies aren’t far from my place and the Royal Tyrrell Museum (loads of dinosaurs bones, etc etc.), too. And I have a bar in my basement…

    1. Dinosaur bones? You mean giants like the Nephilium?

      And, oddly enough, even though Canada is magnetically north of my current position, I would have to actually come down to Canada! (boom!)

      However… that bar in the basement bit may in fact be the lure…

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